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Our Story

The San Diego County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SDCHCC) is San Diego's largest business association representing the San Diego-Tijuana Hispanic Business community. The SDCHCC was founded as a not-for-profit legal entity in 1989 by a group of men and women business owners who felt a need for an organization to assist and promote the interests of the Hispanic entrepreneur in San Diego County.

Over the last 20 years the SDCHCC has elevated itself to become the leading Hispanic organization in the County, advocating for the Hispanic businessperson and the Latino community. The diverse membership of over 500 active members and affiliates is an ideal mixture of small business owners, corporate representatives, and government leaders.

The Chamber has become the ultimate resource for outside organizations that wish to do business with the Hispanic business community. SDCHCC strongly emphasizes the importance of members to utilize the Chamber network and contacts. Hence the strength of San Diego County's Hispanic business economy, SDCHCC's prestigious reputation, and innovative style of business practices.

SDCHCC History

Our Mission

To create and promote a favorable business climate for emerging businesses, advance economic development, provide fair and equitable access to the market place for Latino companies, and support education and culture initiatives for the greater San Diego Hispanic community.